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Adobe Photoshop Tools And Commands

Subject : it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
  • Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Used to adjust the contrast of the edge detail of an image by creating an illusion of a more focused image






2. The 2 numbers at the bottom of the status bar mean indicate the size of the __________






3. Rulers - things that help the user make accurate selections






4. Moves selected areas






5. Indicates that a layer is visible.






6. Selects a color within an image to be used by the brush






7. Controls how objects blend with objects on layers below






8. Automatically finds and extracts the background from an image






9. Perserve earlier states of your work






10. Adds to mask






11. Color You Apply With A Paint Or Edit Tool






12. A bar at the bottom of the program window that provides information about the current file and process






13. Creating a 'hole' in the layer to see the layer below






14. Shows list of previous actions






15. Can use the brush to edit the selection over and over by hand more precisely






16. Makes edits using the history palette






17. Tool which automatically traces an image instead of using freehand






18. The double sided arrow between black and white while using quick mask






19. Makes layers snap to a position while moving






20. Selected areas in shape form.






21. Holding down shift while using the crop button keeps the ____________






22. Determines how the layers colored pixels mix together with underlying pixels in an image (hue - saturation - color - etc)






23. Lists information about mouse's coordinates on the screen - colors of pixels under the mouse - etc....






24. How much colors clash with each other






25. Something you did to change a setting or effect in photoshop






26. A mask that can be added to specific layers rather than all the layers below






27. Adjusts saturation






28. Merges the selected layer with the one below it






29. The arrangement of all elements on the same layer - determining which appears to be in front of which






30. It makes the file size smaller and do that you can work with more layers than one at a time.






31. Predominant tone of a color.






32. Amount of pixels






33. Slowly transition from transparent to visible






34. Automatically selects areas






35. Combination of lasso and healing brush - drags pixels from a source area onto another area






36. The 'f' icon at the bottom of the layer palette - that applies things like outer glow - drop shadow and color overlay






37. A folder in the layer palette indicates that there is a _______






38. Usually removed by the eraser tool - deletes parts of the image






39. When you configure the artwork on the base layer as a mask for the layer above it






40. To _________ - load the channel and than edit the same way you do with a quick mask






41. Copy pixels from a source area to a new area






42. How much you can see through a layer






43. Colors being used - default black and white






44. Crosshair indicates _________






45. Creates an effect of slowly decreasing color






46. A variation on the arrangement and visibility of layers






47. _________ allows fixing mistakes using your redit history - uses info from the history palette






48. Mode which allows you to use the paint brush to more precisely select areas






49. A tool that blurs the edges [or wherever you drag the mouse]; reduces detail by decreasing the level of sharpness






50. Selected areas drawn by hand